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California COOL
With their two boys grown up, Matt and Susie Bailey felt it was time to make their dream of owning a mid century house a reality. Susie, a retired aesthetician, and Matt, an investor and Adjunct Professor of Business at the University of California,
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Resources
Interior designer: Brooke Eversoll of Bee Studios, (727) 800-9672 or beestudios.design. Cabinetry: Holiday Kitchens, holidaykitchens.com. Refrigerator, dishwasher and range: Fisher & Paykel, fisherpaykel.com/us. Microwave: Sharp, sharpusa.com. Si
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Golden Record
In 1959, songwriter Berry Gordy Jr. purchased a two-family house on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan. Gordy lived in the upper portion with his wife and son, while the lower section was used to start his record label, Motown Record Corporati
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Modern Comforts
A fire flickering in a Malm fireplace. A hot toddy while you kick back in an Eames lounge chair. The crackle and pop of an old record playing while you wrap presents on your Hey Wake dining table. The best thing about winter is being stuck inside and
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Brand Leader: Jickie Torres Senior Editor: Lindsay Jarvis Managing Editor: Anne Brink Digital Brand Manager: Kris Christensen Design Director: Gabby Oh Shelby Deering, Kristin Dowding, Anna Marcum, Devlin Smith, Kathryn Drury Wagner Rickie Agapito
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Transform your wall space into an art museum. We’ll show you where to look to create your own gallery wall. Layer up your bedroom with warm wood furniture, neutral bedding, and storage to keep clutter out of view. Find more inspiration for serene, m
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Even More
offer so many of the amenities 21st-century homeowners crave, including open floor plans and stylish storage solutions. But even for homeowners who adore their vintage homes, their kitchens may still be lacking some much-needed features, like abundan
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Real Home 101
TYPE OF HOME: 1965 Florida Ranch ARCHITECT: Unknown BACKGROUND: This original kitchen had seen only small updates since its 1965 construction, so it wasn’t entirely functional for the homeowners, a couple with a new baby on the way. Brooke Eversoll
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Rising From The Ashes
“I believe strongly in the law of attraction. Whatever I’m looking for is looking for me,” says Max Tucci. In 2013, he and his partner, Keith Backer, were in the market to buy a home in Boulder, Colorado. Keith’s daughter was living there and found a
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Cleared VISION
Nearly 60 years ago, Donald H. Holden, a doctor, and his wife, Vivian, a swim cap designer for Jantzen, commissioned John Storrs to design a home for their family just outside of Portland. The Holdens lived in the home for 40 years before selling to
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Vista With A View
Some people are born with the renovation bug and can’t resist a project when it comes their way. When homeowners Phil Neely and his partner, Richard Babb, had a chance to snag a home near Santa Fe, New Mexico, they took it as a sign that their next e
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Building a Home Paul R. Williams Style
While Paul Revere Williams is known as “Hollywood's Architect” for his work on the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Beverly Hills, among other swanky Los Angeles projects, residential architecture was the bread and butter of his
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An Eichler On Every Corner
AND IT’S TRUE! This enclave of Eichler homes tucked away in this Southern California neighborhood is remarkably intact. Between 1947 and 1974, Joseph Eichler built an astounding 11,000 homes throughout California. In the city of Orange, where this pa
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Modern LOVE
What better place for a man who grew up going to family parties at Trader Vic’s and a woman who sells Midcentury Modern furnishings to live than in a 1960 home in a highly sought-after Eichler tract in Southern California? For homeowners Page and DJ
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HISTORY WITH A Twist
Taking on the renovation of a midcentury home is always a challenge. In Fullerton, California, there's added pressure when the homes are a beloved local symbol of a bygone era. Fullerton's 'Forever Homes' are a series of quintessentially modern midce
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Fashionably Light
Seven years ago, business owner Lex Winger entered a Wisconsin bar thirsty and left illuminated with a striking business opportunity. Lex was looking to reinvigorate Sign Rocket, the printing company he had led for 32 years, and the bar’s sparkling f
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MIAMI MODERNISM in Vancouver
The boom years continued through the 1960s, and several of the area's towers built during that decade are now considered to be some of Metro Vancouver's most sought-after accommodations. More and more, it seems, new construction has Midcentury Moder
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Resources
David Eichler Photography, eichlerphoto.com. Interior design: Urbanism Designs, urbanismdesigns.com. Counter stools: BluDot, bludot.com. Countertop and integrated sink: Porcelanosa® Krion, porcelanosa-usa.com. Cabinetry: Strong Cabinetry, strongc
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The Great Outdoors
WHAT DOES YOUR IDEAL BACKYARD OR PATIO LOOK LIKE? You don’t need a large space to create your own outdoor escape! In this circa 1968 Apache Wells home, several types of cacti add visual interest and dimension but also double as a privacy border. Whim
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What Do You Know, Joe?
Growing up in California, it’s hard not to be hugely influenced by Joseph Eichler, the man who brought Midcentury Modern to the masses. And in Southern California’s Orange County area, where I went to school and recently put down roots with my home,
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Brand Leader: Jickie Torres Senior Editor: Lindsay Jarvis Managing Editor: Anne Brink Digital Brand Manager: Kris Christensen Content Manager: Rabekah Henderson Digital Content Coordinator: Carson Dike Design Director: Gabby Oh Shelby Deering, Danie
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If you think this space is full of colorful character, you’ll love our roundup of inspiring and brightly hued interiors that bring a rainbow connection to the retro look. Tour some of Atomic Ranch’s favorite backyard pool designs; then bring the Pal
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Age of Eichler
The postwar housing boom was the catalyst for many of the most important developments in 20th-century residential architecture. In the 1950s and 1960s, large tract developments of ranch homes first appeared in American suburbs and soon became synonym
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DAVID EICHLER: Through a New Lens
Sometimes an appreciation and understanding for an art form is passed down like a family heirloom. That’s the case for David Eichler, architectural photographer and owner of David Eichler Photography. A rich history predates him—his grandfather, Jose
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Focus In
Homeowners are drawn to the open floor plan in midcentury homes for a number of reasons. For Elsvette Buenaventura and her husband, they wanted that free-flowing space because they like to entertain. When the couple purchased a 1962 Eichler in Northe
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Real Home 101
TYPE OF HOME: 1962 pitched-roof Eichler. BACKGROUND: Purchased three years ago, the home was missing much of its original midcentury charm. The homeowners enlisted Pamela Lin-Tam and her team at Urbanism Designs to lead the renovation, with a partic
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An Eye for Eichler
FOR YEARS, Jim Cross and Dave Pearson couldn’t get enough of their weekend getaways at California’s Parker Palm Springs Hotel. They were drawn to the cheerful, kaleidoscopic interiors designed by Jonathan Adler, not to mention the many midcentury hom
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Where It All Began
Putting together the Palm Springs issue for the past three years has been particularly meaningful to the Atomic Ranch team. Not only is Palm Springs the mecca of Midcentury Modern design for a global audience of modernist enthusiasts, but in many way
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Lighten Up
The best kitchens blend style and substance—great to look at, fun to hang out in and, most important, easy spaces for cooking and entertaining. This kitchen ticks all those boxes now, but it wasn’t the case when Avian Rogers and her team from Moderne
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Hillside Renewal
Architect Albert Frey was born in Switzerland and, during his early career, worked under Modernist pioneer Le Corbusier. Frey came to Palm Springs in the 1930s and went on to live and work in the desert city, creating many iconic buildings and homes
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